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This story is a sequel to The Unfortunate Stabbing of Nurse Redheart

After Nurse Redheart's final hours, two policeponies must continue on. After all, there are things to do, procedures to follow. Right?

Audio reading by TheDizzyDan!

This story is an entry into ocalhoun's Big 250k Contest, as a continuation of The Unfortunate Stabbing of Nurse Redheart.

Chapters (1)
Comments ( 10 )

My god, that was touching. I love it!

6800663 Glad you liked it!

I like pieces on the short side that pack an emotional punch. This did a fine job of that. Nice work. :)

I'm never becoming a cop. This is fucked up.

Reminds me of Bullet in the Brain's ending. Really good

7040612 You know, I've never read that before, I'll give it a look.

Very nice, and very touching. You have a very poetic way of tying it together. At first I thought that Caution Tape's emotional outburst was just going to be some random aside for useless added drama, but the ending tied that together and made it a part of the theme of the piece. I tell you, this wasn't easy to read right after a comedy piece! I very much like what you've done with it. This idea of the aftermath could easily have been done in a boring, form-following way that would have been adequate, but no. You laced this story with an emotion and a tone all its own, rising above that. The gore tag was probably unnecessary, but who am I to judge?

Did I mention how good it was? I'm glad to see the original spawned a sequel this good!

A review for ocalhoun's big 250k contest.
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7091362 Thank you for the kind words, and for writing the original story in the first place!

aight, who's chopping onions?

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